Catherine DeVrye

SPECIALISES IN: Motivation Resilience Change
Catherine DeVrye

Best-selling author of 8 books translated into many languages, the twice-voted Australian Keynote Speaker of Year & Executive Woman of Year-helps boost both the bottom line and team morale.

Best-selling author of 8 books translated into many languages, the twice-voted Australian Keynote Speaker of Year & Executive Woman of Year-helps boost both the bottom line and team morale.

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I didn't realize learning could be so much fun. Best presentation I've ever seen at IBM.

IBM
Catherine DeVrye
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An inspiration... the team was absolutely blown away.

BBC (BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION)

Catherine DeVrye

SPECIALISES IN: Motivation Resilience Change

Best-selling author of 8 books translated into many languages, the twice-voted Australian Keynote Speaker of Year & Executive Woman of Year-helps boost both the bottom line and team morale.

Catherine held senior government roles before becoming an IBM executive in Sydney, Tokyo & Hong Kong in marketing & leadership development. She’s attended short courses at Harvard & lectured at Melbourne Business School on customer service, managing change & resilience to turn stumbling blocks to stepping stones.

She comprehends disruption from a practical, professional and personal perspective. Starting life in a Canadian orphanage, she’s trekked to Timbuktu, beyond Everest base camp, swam from Europe to Asia and volunteered with street kids in Vietnam. And reminds audiences not to make mountains out of molehills!

Honoured to carry the Olympic torch, this surf lifesaver will help your team ride the waves of change. Her authentic depth/diversity of baby boomer wisdom combined with Gen Y energy & humour have earned repeat engagements on 5 continents with: American Express, BBC, Coca-Cola, Ernst & Young, IBM, Janssen Pharmaceutical, Kingdom of Bahrain, Microsoft, PWC, Qantas, Rolls-Royce, 3M, World Triathlon…

For a no risk-yet undiscovered-speaker in North America, you can’t go past Catherine.

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